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Biographical profile of Robert Frost - America's Farmer/Philosopher ...
Robert Frost — even the sound of his name is folksy, rural: simple, New England, white farmhouse, red barn, stone walls. And that's our vision of him, thin white ...
Poems by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
Our library of poem texts – selected poems by Robert Frost, in chronological order.
The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
The Road Not Taken. gif. Robert Frost (1920). clr gif. The Poem; Notes on Form and Content · Commentary and Quotations: The “Tricky” Poem. clr gif. Two roads ...
A Prayer in Spring by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
A Prayer in Spring. gif. Robert Frost (from A Boy's Will, 1915). clr gif. Oh, give us pleasure in the flowers to-day; And give us not to think so far away
Acquainted with the Night by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
Acquainted with the Night. gif. Robert Frost (1923). clr gif. The Poem; Notes and Commentary. clr gif. I have been one acquainted with the night. I have walked ...
Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
Nothing Gold Can Stay. gif. Robert Frost (1923). clr gif. The Poem; Notes and Commentary. clr gif. Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early ...
Christmas Trees by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
Christmas Trees. gif. Robert Frost (1920). clr gif. (A Christmas Circular Letter) The city had withdrawn into itself. And left at last the country to the country;
Poet: Robert Frost Video
Robert Frost is one of the most famous and respected poets of the 20th century. Learn about the life of this prolific writer in this biography video from About.com.
Robert Frost's Poem “Acquainted With the Night” - Poetry - About.com
Notes on reading Robert Frost's poem “Acquainted with the Night,” an American sonnet which is also an example of terza rima used in English.
Carpe Diem by Robert Frost - Poetry - About.com
Carpe Diem. gif. Robert Frost (1923). clr gif. Age saw two quiet children. Go loving by at twilight, He knew not whether homeward, Or outward from the village,